Recommended entertainment

Everyone loves a bit of great entertainment. We love it too, and here is the top reviewed content for your TV, projector or hi-fi. Simply put, this is the best of the best. The top Games, Movies and Music – as rated by us.

Album review: Chvrches – Screen Violence

Album review: Chvrches – Screen Violence

Despite being very much USA-based this year for tours and recording, Scottish Synth-pop trio CHVRCHES have delivered their fourth studio album, Screen Violence. How will it compare to previous rave reviews – even being called ‘A godless hurricane of kinetic …read more

Game review: Hades

Game review: Hades

A rougelike game that takes even more pleasure in permadeath than usual. Meet the beautifully visualised underworld and its family, friends and co-workers. Full of intrigue, drama and in fighting it’s no wonder Zagreus wants to run away from home. …read more

Series review: Atypical – Season 4

Series review: Atypical – Season 4

The final chapter of the Gardener family’s journey through life arrives to charm and entertain. The Gardeners have moved on a few years and are tackling new stages of life with varied success. We pick things up with Sam and …read more

Film review: Raya and The Last Dragon

Film review: Raya and The Last Dragon

Disney’s latest multi-platform release, Raya and The Last Dragon, adds a new world-saving warrior to their box set ranks. The film introduces the fantastical world of Kumandra, a once a harmonious commune of humanity and dragons. As is too often …read more

Album review: Wolf Alice – Blue Weekend

Album review: Wolf Alice – Blue Weekend

Wolf Alice have been a favourite of mine ever since 2013’s second single ‘Bros’ became the biggest earworm ever to crawl into my lughole and head permanently to my brain. Though I’ve loved both their UK number 2 albums that …read more

Film review: Nomadland

Film review: Nomadland

One of the silver linings of a year in lockdown is that new releases are skipping the cinema and becoming available to stream much earlier. Having already scooped up a bunch of Oscars and Golden Globes, is Nomadland worth streaming? …read more

Documentary review: Coded Bias

Documentary review: Coded Bias

As machine learning becomes a common part of our developing technologies, is the student becoming the master? Netflix takes a deep dive into the world of Joy Buolamwini, founder of the Algorithmic Justice League and based out of M.I.T. She …read more